OHSU

Josh Meyer Receives NLM Fellowship

04/18/14  Portland, Ore.

We are pleased to announce that Behavioral Neuroscience Postdoctoral Fellow, Josh Meyer, has accepted a position in the Biomedical Informatics Postdoctoral Fellowship Training program. The program is funded nationally by the National Library of Medicine Biomedical Informatics Training Grant and OHSU is one of 14 programs that benefit from this throughout the U.S.

The program funds fellowships for both graduate students and postdocs, and it provides a stipend for Dr. Meyer's salary, health care, and travel expenses to attend annual training programs and conferences. Additionally, the fellowship covers tuition and fees for Dr. Meyer to pursue a Master's degree in the OHSU program.

The goal of the program is to prepare fellows to enter the academic community and undertake programs of independent biomedical informatics research or take leadership positions in the growing number of hospital and/or commercial efforts in biomedical informatics.

Congratulations Josh!